Tommy kisses a girl, catches a bug and the whole crew gets ill.

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Tommy kisses a girl for the first time but catches a bug. This leads to the whole crew getting ill. This is especially a burden on Dick who wants to go to a wedding with Mary and has to hide his illness to her in order to be able to go. Meanwhile, Sally discovers the mother instinct and Harry dreams of Martha Stewart. Sally and Harry also experience what it is to sneeze. Written by Marco van Hoof <k_luifje7@hotmail.com>

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Comedy | Family | Sci-Fi

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Marla Sokoloff also plays a character named Dina on "Friends". See more »

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[after Sally had her first sneeze, Harry also had his first sneeze]
Sally Solomon: Was it as good for you as it was for me?
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You Don't Have to Say You Love Me
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English lyrics by Vicki Wickham Simon Napier-Bell
Composed by Pino Donaggio and Vito Pallavicini
Performed by Dusty Springfield
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Was it as good for you as it was for me?
7 October 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Ah, "Post-Nasal Dick": the second in a long string of fantastic comedies.

In this episode, the Solomons learn what it is like to be ill-- and, of course, having never experienced the sensation before, they think they're dying, causing them to both wax sentimental on all their missions together, and possibly even blow their cover!

Filled with wonderfully snappy dialogue ("You know, you sound just like my mother." "That must be very confusing for you.") and outrageous situations, "PND" is one of the best episodes in one of the best shows of all time.


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